Phoenix 50


 AIM Phoenix 54-A 


The AIM-54 Phoenix is a radar-guided, long-range air-to-air missile (AAM), carried in clusters of up to six missiles on F-14 Tomcats, its only launch platform. The Phoenix was the United States’ only long-range air-to-air missile. The weapons system based on Phoenix was the world’s first to allow simultaneous guidance of missiles against multiple targets. Both the missile and the aircraft was used by the United States Navy and are now retired, the AIM-54 Phoenix in 2004 and the F-14 in 2006. They were replaced by shorter-range AIM-120 AMRAAMs, employed on the F/A-18 Hornet and F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. Following the retirement of the F-14 by the U.S., the weapon’s only current operator is Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force.


  • · Length: 13.00 in.
  • · Diameter: .976 in.
  • · Weight: .95 oz.  
  • · Recovery: None
  • · Fins: High Impact Plastic
  • · Maximum Altitude: 1000+ ft.
  • · Recommended Engines: A, B, C

  • · One Model Rocket Fully Assembled

For Launching

  • · Model Rocket Engine with Igniter
  • · Recovery Wadding  
  • · Launch Pad  
  • · Launch Controller  
  • · Recovery system (Parachute or Streamer)

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